In an election season like this it’s easy to feel your heart pulled in a lot of different directions. If you’re a follower of Jesus, that means you’ve got to ask yourself some tough questions in a time like this:
- Are you willing to evaluate your politics through your filter of faith rather than create a version of your faith that supports your politics?
- Are you willing to keep following Jesus when it’s clear that there’s a gap between Jesus and your political party?
What would it look like for followers of Jesus in this season to be people who have undivided hearts, to be people who release their allegiance to parties and candidates and instead focus all of their attention and energy on learning about Jesus, walking in the way of Jesus, and living with wholehearted devotion to Jesus?
Do you want to live with an undivided heart? Join us for this series as we explore what it looks like to give our undivided allegiance to Jesus.
Key Scriptures: Psalm 86, Joel 2:12 – 17, Deuteronomy 10:12-22, Zephaniah 3:14-20, Deuteronomy 6:4–5; Matthew 22:36–38, Proverbs 3:5-6, 1 Chronicles 28:9, 1 Chronicles 29:19
Topics: Culture, Politics, Idols, Discipleship, Worship